Pompey Women host Oxford United in their latest National League contest at Westleigh Park on Sunday (2pm kick-off).
Jay Sadler's side return to PO9 for the second time this week following the 13-0 PDFA Cup semi-final victory over Moneyfields Reserves on Tuesday.
And the latest game comes off the back of a comprehensive 3-0 success at Cheltenham in the National League last Sunday.
Annie Rolf netted her third goal in two games, while Tierney Scott and Sophie Quirk were also on the scoresheet at the Corinium Stadium.
This will be the Pompey's third meeting with Oxford in the 2022/23 campaign – with the Blues coming out on top in the most recent contest.
Jazz Younger scored the only goal just before Christmas to secure a place in the quarter-finals of the National League Cup.
But their opponents currently sit at the top of the table, having collected 45 points from 18 games, and come into the clash after a 3-1 win at bottom side Crawley.
Supporters are strongly advised to book tickets online here to avoid queues at Westleigh Park on the day.
|Category||Pompey Season Ticket Holders||General Admission|
|Junior (17 and under)||£2||£3|
Tickets are also available to buy at the Westleigh Park turnstiles, with the option of contactless or cash payments.
HOW TO GET TO WESTLEIGH PARK
Address: Westleigh Park, Martin Road, PO9 5TH
Via Car: Free parking is available outside the ground on a first come, first served basis.
Via Bus: Stagecoach's 20 and 21 services stop on Martin Road in both directions, coming from Portsmouth and Havant town centre.
Via Train: Direct services from Portsmouth, London and Brighton come into and out of Havant train station. The stadium is then a 20-minute walk or four-minute drive or you can jump on a bus.
ENTERING THE STADIUM
Two turnstiles will be open for the game, located to the left-hand side of the car park, next to the Westleigh pub.
If you purchased your ticket online, please have your digital ticket to hand upon entering the stadium. If you do not have this, please provide your name to turnstile operators.
IN THE STADIUM
Hot food and other refreshments will be available to buy from the tea bar inside the ground, while supporters can also visit the Westleigh pub before the match for any alcoholic beverages.
A matchday programme will be available to purchase at the turnstiles for £2, which includes notes from chair Eric Coleborn and Blues boss Jay Sadler, quickfire questions with players and more.